* Gifts for every kind of beer drinker
* The best kegs, chillers, and beer accessories on the market
* From inexpensive bottle openers to meaningful gifts
With so many craft beers and high-end brews today, beer drinking has become a serious hobby for many people. Chances are, you have at least one beer snob on your friend’s list, but hunting for the right beer accessory or brewing kit can be overwhelming. To help out we’ve rounded up ten of the best gifts for all kinds of beer drinkers.
1. ICCKER Automatic Bottle Opener
Most people don’t have an automatic bottle opener yet, making this a great quick gift. Place it around the top of the bottle, and press down to instantly remove the cap.
2. Lucky Shot Bullet Bottle Opener
You’ve probably seen similar bullet-shaped bottle openers, but what makes this one by Lucky Shot stand out is that it’s actually a real 50-caliber bullet that’s been converted into a bottle opener.[caption id="attachment_96003" align="aligncenter" width="422"] Image courtesy of Amazon[/caption]
3. Kollea Beer Chiller Sticks
Keeping beer cold without diluting it has challenged beer drinkers for decades, but chilling sticks might be the answer. Chill the sticks for 45 minutes, insert in the beer bottle, and enjoy consistently ice-cold sips.
4. Goodnight Brew: A Parody for Beer People
This “Goodnight Moon” beer parody book is sure to get a laugh, and actually has educational material about brewing that aficionados will get a kick out of. Think of this as a grown-up bedtime story.
5. The Beer Bible
For a straightforward, no-nonsense book about every kind of beer, look no further than “The Beer Bible.” Beer snobs will love displaying this on their coffee table or desk, and might even learn something new about beer.
6. Swag Brewery Brew Candles
Candles always make good, easy gifts, so brewery candles for the beer snob just makes sense. Unlike some gimmicky candles, these Swag Brewery candles actually smell nice with spicy, roasty, fruity, sweet, and fresh scents.
7. Brooklyn Brew Shop Beer Making Kit
Beer making kits have blown up recently, and Brooklyn Brew Shop’s is one of the best. For just $40 you get fresh ingredients, a fermenter, easy-to-follow instructions, and all the tools needed to make your own tasty brewski.
8. Hydro Flask Beer Growler
For beer snobs who also like hiking, sports events, picnics or beach days, we recommend this beer growler from Hydro Flask. Its unique insulation keeps up to 64 ounces of brew cold for 24 hours, which can’t be said for other flasks and water bottles.
9. USA Beer Cap Map
Beer snobs love collecting and showcasing their bottle caps, and this cap map makes it even more fun. It’s 24″ by 14″, and made of a glossy wood that looks great in any man cave or bar.
10. GrowlerWerks uKeg 128
If you really want to make a beer snob’s day, there’s no better gift than a GrowlerWerks uKeg. It keeps beer cold and carbonated for up to 2 weeks, and unlike most kegs it can be easily transported for tailgates or BBQs.